Protection against reverse engineering in ARM

  title={Protection against reverse engineering in ARM},
  author={Raz Ben Yehuda and N. Zaidenberg},
  journal={International Journal of Information Security},
  • Raz Ben Yehuda, N. Zaidenberg
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Information Security
  • With the advent of the mobile industry, we face new security challenges. ARM architecture is deployed in most mobile phones, homeland security, IoT, autonomous cars and other industries, providing a hypervisor API (via virtualization extension technology). To research the applicability of this virtualization technology for security in this platform is an interesting endeavor. The hypervisor API is an addition available for some ARMv7-a and is available with any ARMv8-a processor. Some ARM… CONTINUE READING
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